Mark J. Hudson
Mark James Hudson (born July 10, 1963) is a British academic and an anthropologist interested in multicultural Japan. As an archaeologist in Japan, his area of specialization are the Jōmon period and the Yayoi period.
Hudson was awarded his M.Phil in East Asian Archaeology at the University of Cambridge in 1988. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Tokyo. His doctoral dissertation investigated the Jōmon-Yayoi transition in the Kanto region.
Hudson is a Professor of Anthropology at Nishikyushu University. He was formerly a member of the faculty of the University of Tsukuba. He is a member of the editorial board of the Japanese academic journal, Anthropological Science.
- Archaeological Approaches to Ritual and Religion in Japan (1992)
- Ruins of identity: Ethnogenesis in the Japanese Islands, 400 B.C. to A.D. 1400 (1995)
- "Pots not People: Ethnicity, Culture and Identity in Postwar Japanese Archaeology," Critique of Anthropology. December 2006, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 411–434; doi:10.1177/0308275X06070123
- OCLC, Library of Congress Authority file, Mark Hudson
- Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA), Member news
- Anthropological Society of Nippon (日本人類学会 Nihon Jinrui Gakkai?), Anthropological Science, Editorial board
- Hudson, Mark. "Review of Japanese Prehistory: The Material and Spiritual Culture of the Jōmon Period by Nelly Naumann," Journal of Japanese Studies, Vol. 28, No. 2 (Summer, 2002), pp. 464-468.
- WorldCat Identities: Hudson, Mark 1963-
- John Whitney Hall Book Prize of the Association for Asian Studies, list
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